Airbrush vs Traditional
Airbrushed makeup is worlds apart from your traditional style and application of makeup. Airbrushing is used in a variety of different ways, including tanning, greater and finer detail in body art and our personal fav, Special Effects!
Although airbrushing has great benefits, unfortunately it isn’t for everybody;
It is not recommended for anybody with acne, mature skin or drier skin types. Airbrushing can only cover colour, not texture, so it is most suited to applications where in-real-life detail isn't such an issue such as runway, theatre, performance and some editorial.
As the foundation used for airbrushing is much thinner than traditional foundation, which has a more opaque and richer coverage, we would recommend traditional methods in most event makeup circumstances as you can still obtain a flawless “airbrushed” finish.
Airbrushing in itself is a true art. Appropriate training and extensive experience is essential to master airbrushing so always check your artists' credentials before you opt for this technique.
Remember, everybody is different and everybody requires a different approach in order to achieve the best possible result for them. So, even though airbrushing might not be best suited for your skin type or your event, there are a variety of different products and techniques that can be used to attain that seamless “airbrushed” finish!